Alex Anderson, a native of Knoxville, Tennessee, is a two-time individual CrossFit Games athlete. After competing with CrossFit CHF and CrossFit Ktown’s team Jacked and Tan at the 2012 and 2013 Central East Regionals, he transitioned to the individual competition in 2014, making his debut Games appearance one year later with a 13th-place finish and improving to 11th at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games. A member of one of CrossFit’s fittest families, Anderson is one of three brothers to compete at the CrossFit Games—Jacob Anderson competed alongside him in 2016, and ZA Anderson took 10th at the Games in 2013—and his father, Steve Anderson, won the Masters Men 55-59 Division in 2011.

Year Division Rank Worldwide Rank by Region Rank By Country
2019 Men 167th -- 81st United States
2018 Men 61st -- 36th United States
2017 Men 45th 5th Central East 26th United States
2016 Individual Men 50th 5th 31st United States
2015 Individual Men 8th 3rd 7th United States
2014 Individual Men 25th 3rd --
2013 Individual Men 313th 22nd --
2012 Individual Men 902nd 61st --
Year Division Rank Regional Team
2018 Men 2nd Central --
2017 Men 4th Central --
2016 Individual Men 3rd Central Regional --
2015 Individual Men 3rd Central Regional --
2014 Individual Men 8th Central East --
2013 Men 5th Central East Jacked and Tan
2012 Men 21st Central East CrossFit CHF
Year Division Rank
2018 Men 13th
2017 Men 8th
2016 Individual Men 11th
2015 Individual Men 13th
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